Everything new coming to Amazon Prime Video UK in July 2021

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'La La Land', 'The Tomorrow War' and 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' are all coming to Amazon Prime Video in July. (Lionsgate/Amazon/CBS/Getty Images)
'La La Land', 'The Tomorrow War' and 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' are all coming to Amazon Prime Video in July. (Lionsgate/Amazon/CBS/Getty Images)

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A bona fide blockbuster arrives on Amazon Prime Video this month, as Chris Pratt battles aliens in time-hopping sci-fi The Tomorrow War. Chris McKay's movie was a huge purchase for Amazon, which shelled out around $200m (£144m) to score the rights from Paramount, who had delayed the film's release due to the pandemic.

Elsewhere, there's some great archive content, headlined by all four of the Indiana Jones movies and Damien Chazelle's woozy, romantic musical La La Land

There's also an Annabelle movie, for those who want to spend their summer being utterly terrified in the dark.

Here's everything coming to Amazon Prime Video in July...

New movies coming to Amazon Prime Video in July

The Tomorrow War (2 July)

Chris Pratt has squared off against Thanos, genetically-enhanced dinosaurs and all manner of beasties in his blockbuster roles to date, but the alien creatures in The Tomorrow War might be the most terrifying he has faced yet. Pratt plays a military man turned science teacher who is conscripted to travel forward in time in order to defend the human race against vicious, invading extra-terrestrials. Yvonne Strahovski, Sam Richardson and a bearded JK Simmons are also in the cast.

Horizon Line (14 July)

In this tense thriller, Get Out star Allison Williams plays a woman who is trapped on a small plane with her ex-boyfriend (Alexander Dreymon). That'd be bad enough were it not for the fact that the pilot has suffered a heart attack and the duo need to join forces in order to fly the plane to safety. Swedish director Mikael Marcimain is the man behind the camera.

Toofaan (16 July)

An orphan boy becomes a boxing champion in inspiring drama 'Toofaan'. (Amazon)
An orphan boy becomes a boxing champion in inspiring drama 'Toofaan'. (Amazon)

The underdog sports story is as old as the hills and a staple of American cinema — especially when the sport in question is boxing. Toofaan changes the setting to India, with Farhan Akhtar playing an orphan boy from Mumbai who rises from a criminal role on the streets to life-changing success in the ring after meeting a young woman.

Jolt (23 July)

Kate Beckinsale is on a revenge mission in thriller 'Jolt'. (Simon Varsano/Amazon)
Kate Beckinsale is on a revenge mission in thriller 'Jolt'. (Simon Varsano/Amazon)

Kate Beckinsale leads this unusual thriller, which has an intriguing central concept. She plays Lindy, who suffers from a strange neurological disorder which prompts her to experience angry, murderous feelings until she shocks herself with a special device. 

She finds love despite her condition, only for him to turn up dead — prompting a violent quest for revenge. Stanley Tucci, Bobby Cannavale and Laverne Cox also star.

New TV coming to Amazon Prime Video in July

Luxe Listings Sydney (9 July)

Real estate agents try to close big money deals in docuseries 'Luxe Listings Sydney'. (Amazon)
Real estate agents try to close big money deals in docuseries 'Luxe Listings Sydney'. (Amazon)

High-value houses are on offer in this reality docuseries set in the hyper-exclusive real estate market of Sydney — one of the most lucrative in the world. Three real estate agents — Gavin Rubinstein, D'Leanne Lewis and Simon Cohen — take centre stage as eye-watering sums of money are thrown around and huge deals are closed.

Making the Cut S2 (16 July)

Fashion designers battle for supremacy in a series of challenges in 'Making the Cut'. (Ali Goldstein/Amazon)
Fashion designers battle for supremacy in a series of challenges in 'Making the Cut'. (Ali Goldstein/Amazon)

Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum will again host this fashion competition, pitting 10 designers against each other in various challenges to test every aspect of their skills. Supermodel Winnie Harlow and Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott are the judges, with special guests joining them throughout the series.

Other films and TV to watch on Amazon Prime Video in July

3 July

La La Land (2016)

5 July

Station 19 (S1-S3)

Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins (2008)

7 July

The Weight of Gold (2020)

10 July

L.A.'s Finest (S2)

Daniel Radcliffe in 'Guns Akimbo'. (Madman Films)
Daniel Radcliffe in 'Guns Akimbo'. (Madman Films)

16 July

Guns Akimbo (2019)

17 July

Annabelle Comes Home (2019)

19 July

The Condemned (2007)

Duplicity (2009)

Modern horror cinema's creepiest doll returned in 'Annabelle Comes Home'. (Warner Bros)
Modern horror cinema's creepiest doll returned in 'Annabelle Comes Home'. (Warner Bros)

24 July

Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008)

25 July

The Next Three Days (2010)

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